Furry Vengeance

April 30th 2010
  • Comedy/Family,
  • PG,
  • 92 min,
  • Summit Entertainment
  • Cast: Brendan Fraser, Ken Jeong, Brooke Shields, Dick Van Dyke, Angela Kinsey, Rob Riggle, Skyler Samuels, Toby Huss, Matt Prokop, Samantha Bee, Jim Norton, Ricky Garcia, Alexander Chance, Erin Howell, Eugene Cordero, Rachel Dolan, Alahna Zinni, Kathleen Fitzgerald, Aliya Victoriya Druth, P.H. O'Brien, Preston Hatch
  • Director: Roger Kumble
  • Writers: Michael Carnes, Josh Gilbert
  • Producers: Keith Goldberg, Robert Simonds
  • Co Producer: Terri Goddard
  • Associate Producer: Molly O'Keefe
  • Executive Producers: Brendan Fraser, Ira Shuman
  • Art Direction: E. David Cosier
  • Casting: Jennifer Euston
  • Costume Design: Alexandra Welker
  • D.O.P.: Peter Lyons Collister
  • Editor: Lawrence Jordan
  • Makeup: Whitney James
  • Music: Edward Shearmur
  • Production Design: Stephen J. Lineweaver
  • Set Decoration: Jennifer Engel


In this hilarious comedy starring Brendan Fraser, a real estate developer moves his family from Chicago to Oregon when his job calls for him to oversee the building of a major housing development. But when his latest project threatens the homes of the local forest creatures, the animals seek revenge by turning a peaceful cul-de-sac under construction into a battlefield of epic proportions. It's man versus nature and the fur is gonna fly!

Basic Information

  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Filming Locations: Boston, USA
  • MPAA Warning: Some rude humor, mild language and brief smoking
  • Production Companies: Imagenation Abu Dhabi FZ, Participant Media, Summit Entertainment

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Steve Carell and Jeremy Piven were both attached to play the lead role at various times before Brendan Fraser was eventually cast.

2010 Guide Analysis: "Easily the weakest film on Summit's 2010 slate, this on the surface sounds like "Doctor Dolittle" but with Brendan Fraser instead of Eddie Murphy. Fraser also beat out Jeremy Piven who would've been a lot more interesting in the lead role. The scribes on this have a sole credit to their name, the disappointing "Mr. Woodcock", while director Kumble is more of a mixed bag with the great "Cruel Intentions" and the woeful "College Road Trip" and "Just Friends". Maybe the trailers will show this to be more of an adult comedy than it appears in which case it might have promise, but I'm not getting my hopes up."

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Worldwide Release Dates

  • 1 April 2010: Australia, New Zealand
  • 22 April 2010: Czech Republic
  • 7 May 2010: Brazil, Italy, UK
  • 3 June 2010: Argentina
  • 4 June 2010: Finland
  • 16 July 2010: EStonia
  • 29 July 2010: Netherlands
  • 30 July 2010: Norway
  • 12 August 2010: Germany